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No matter where you are in your career we have different types of cuts to suit your needs, all easily explained below and with handy links to the armoury so you can find the ideal glove for you
One of the most popular glove cuts on the market, the Roll Finger Cut provides a comfortable feel and great latex contact with the ball. The names derives from the fact the palm is connected to the backhand, ‘rolled’ around the fingers without gussets. This provides a larger surface for the ball to contact.
Roll Finger's in the range;
With an ever-growing fan base the Negative Cut glove has a snug fit around the fingers with the stitching / gussets inside of the gloves. With a single piece of latex attached to the backhand via gussets, This allows a ‘truer’ feel of the ball to your hand.
Negative Cuts in the range;
The term “hybrid” simply means a combination and can vary depending on model as does not refer to a specific cut. They normally have a distinctive twist on the normal cut; some fingers may have one design opposed to the others such as a combination of Roll Finger on the thumb and remaining fingers a Negative cut.
Hybrid Cut in the range;
For extra protection spines are added too the back of the fingers on our Finger-save gloves. It's down to personal preference so we've made them easily removable too.
Finger-save in the range;
As a general rule, goalkeeping gloves should be measured as follows;
Height - from the tip of the middle finger down to the bottom of the palm.
Width - measure from outer palm to the thumb tip.
The table below shows the general size guide for our range of gloves. Please bear in mind that Negative gloves have a generally tighter feel as per the descriptions above as well so you may consider going up a size for these.